Recommended Apps by IEP Goal/Skills page is now migrated to the new App Listing page. - http://bit.ly/tZh3A4 Benefits over the old list are 1. You can see the current price 2. Description of the app 3.
I have been getting requests for information on apps that use the iPad as a speech device. There are so many out there and I have compiled a list of 14 apps from free up to $190 that can be used as AAC.
Is there an app for that? Well, chances are there are dozens of apps for anything you want to do, but sometimes you find one app that is robust enough to have multiples uses for you and your students. For me, iMovie is that app. I find myself using it for everything from slow motion videography to documentation, to presentations and everything in-between. Below are 13 ways that I have used iMovie (or have heard of others using iMovie) with students to enhance learning."
Since making its debut in April 2010, the iPad, which was originally designed as “a platform for audio-visual media” has become nothing short of a technological salvation for special needs children and adults across the globe, impacting ...
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School is well under way and I see many kids walking through the halls literally under a mountain of stuff. How do we help kids on the autism spectrum not only keep track of it all, but in a perfect world, take ownership?
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We are about to embark on a new project in my classroom. It will focus on learning 30 or more core vocabulary words through symbols and auditory language. We will focus on one to two words a week. The idea is to embed this into our normal...
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